Carfully read the collection The French Revolution and Human Rights by Lynn Hunt. Write a paper that adheres to the following guidlings:
has a clear thesis statement and logical organization
containts 5-10 specific references to different primary sources (with author names/page numbers in parentheses)
is 3-4 pages long (do not "space down" after the heading)
is double spaced with one inch margins
12 point type
Choose one of the following options:
Women never gained full political rights during the French Revolution,
although they gained many civil rights. Why were women perceived as
different from men? What did women have to say about this question?
the role of religion during the French Revolution. What kind of debates
did revolutionaries have over the place of religion in France? What
were the results?
3.The society of the Friends of Blacks led the
abolitionist cause in France after 1788. Why did their positions on
slavery and the slave trade change over time? How did the revolutionary
government react to the 1791 slave uprising in Saint Domingue (Haiti)?